EverBlock let’s you use their lego-like bricks to divide your room(s), build permanent or temporary structures or use them as decors and platforms.
Stock Up lets you search through over 14,000 free stock images from various websites. Very handy and even better than Google Images for webdesign purposes.
No matter if you are a freelancer, partner at an agency or autonomously working, you should never forget about the business aspects. This video gets you started with tips and tricks by the likes of Neville Brody and other renowned designers.
Among the 15 finalists for the Pornhub competition some have very clever image and word plays.
Following the recent flat design trend that is happening on the desktop and mobile web this study shows a beautiful, more minimalistic brand design with less bling-bling. The images speak for themselves, take a look.
What if you could get high quality images at absolutely no cost? I have one single recommendation you can immediately use to quickly and easily find the pictures you are looking for. And I am not talking about iStockPhoto, Shutterstock or similar portals. Find out how.
Tired of your normal workspace? Break out of your daily routine, your familiar home office and do it like Massachusetts-based artist Justin Kemp who installed a large sandbox underneath his desk. Even if you cannot work from a beach at least you get that sandy feeling on your feet.
Volkswagen just launched its hyper-responsive magazine “Das Auto. Magazine“, a state-of-the-art webmag conveying the emotions of VW’s brand experience. The magazine is multi-language and consists of several articles enriched with interactive HTML5 infographics and big imagery. The assets scale and rearrange from desktops all the way down to mobile devices.
Dear Samsung, why are you showing me an active right arrow and then interrupt me with a popup saying “No Image” when you could have just deactivated or removed the right arrow?
A humorous but true, at least in my perception, representation of one of the current web design trends: drop shadows. Just like 45° lines were all hip in the late 90ies, or, using gradients and massive typography for everything drop shadows are becoming increasingly popular as well. I don’t have anything against drop shadows when […]